The new building in Hainburg combines the town halls of Hainstadt and Klein-Krotzenburg under one roof. In addition to the use of sustainable materials, the energy concept of the town hall also fulfills the most modern requirements. The electricity supply for the entire building and the air/water heat pumps for the underfloor heating are entirely covered by a photovoltaic system on the roof.
The building was erected in solid timber construction. It has a square floor plan and is arranged around two inner courtyards. The basement, stairwells and bracing cores were built in concrete construction. The flat roof spans along the longitudinal axis of the building and is connected to the transverse walls in a load-bearing manner; the roof formwork rests on steel girders at regular intervals along the longitudinal axis.
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